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    Samsung’s new smartwatch Gear S2. The company will introduce the wearable in two different options: the Gear S2 and the Gear S2 classic. Both Gear S2 and S2 Classic sport 1.2-inch Circular super AMOLED display and run on Samsung's proprietary Tizen OS backed by 1.0GHz dual-core CPU, 512MB RAM, 4GB storage and 250 mAh battery, which can power the device for two to three days under mixed usage.All three Samsung smartwatches boasts IP68 water-and-dust resistant certifications, health-kit apps such heart-rate sensor, S Health Nike+Running and also feature NFC, Bluetooth v4.1, Wi-Fi based connectivity features. So far, Samsung hasn’t released any information regarding pricing, but they will be showcased at the upcoming IFA (Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin) 2015.
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    The LG's  Rolly Keyboard a full-size Bluetooth keyboard that rolls up into a stick.  LG Rolly runs for months on a single AAA and boasts a comfortable 17mm key pitch that nearly matches the size of keys on full-sized keyboards, dual pairing to connect to two Bluetooth devices and switch between them with a key press.
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    These Star Wars Snow Globes  aren’t just ordinary snow globes, they also Bluetooth speakers.
    Available in Darth Vader, Threepio + Artoo, and Stormtrooper versions, these two-pound Bluetooth speakers run for just over four hours on a single charge. And in addition to the miniature snow storm that syncs up with whatever song you’re playing, these snow globes are also lit with color-changing LEDs allowing you to set the perfect mood. The Star Wars Interactive Bluetooth Snow Globe is available for preorder from Japan Trend Shop for $221 plus $28 for international shipping, and is scheduled to be in stock on September 9.
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    UK brand Vector have designed a watch that focuses on the essentials; such as weather and fitness information, news alerts, and meeting displays. And the watch offers 30 days of battery life, classic watch stylings and an easy-to-use interface. The touch screen mode is replaced by classic watch faces in digital and analog styles, while the gadget’s features are accessed via the three side buttons and an accompanying app. This is a smartwatch that actually looks like a watch. Two main models will be available: the Luna, a round watch costing $349, and the rectangular Meridian, costing $199.All models are waterproof to a depth of 50 metres and will go on sale this summer.
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    The Unicorn Head Squirrel Feeder by Archie McPhee.
    "With our other feeders we humiliated squirrels, but the Unicorn Squirrel Feeder uplifts them. It’s like you’re a wizard and cast a spell on the squirrels in your backyard. With a quick “unicornis in transmutare sciurus” that boring old mundane tree rat transforms into a magical beast from Fairyland. In other words, when squirrels eat out of the vinyl 9-1/2″ x 10″ unicorn head, it makes it look like they are a unicorn. Just attach the horn with a quick twist and then hang it with string (not included)."
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    Space on economy class flights is notoriously limited, especially with the tray table down. Craig Rabin has created a device that means your tray table can remain stowed for the most part.  The Airhook  lets give you a cup holder, and a tablet/smartphone holder, which you can easily attach to the back of the seat in front of you.  Just like that, you’ll be able to carry on your activities as the plane takes off or lands. And even when it’s in the air, you’ll free up some legroom. the Airhook can be pre-ordered for US$22, which should be delivered by December. Good idea.
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    Lexus has officially unveiled its hoverboard today, the SLIDE.  Based on an insulated core, the SLIDE utilizes high temperature superconducting blocks in cryostats - liquid nitrogen reservoirs that cool the superconductors to -197°C. The team places the board over permanent magnets to make it hover by cooling it to its operating temperature as the track's magnetic flux lines are 'pinned' into place.
    "Creating SLIDE required re-engineering core technologies and uncovering true technical innovations. From assembling maglev technology into a board, to finding the right combination of superconductors, magnets and liquid nitrogen - every step pushed the team to stretch the possibilities of technology," said Lexus.
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    When you buy a SkySaver backpack, you’ll also get an anchor to install near a window.  In case of emergency, you can fasten one end of the rope to the anchor using a carabiner, strap on the harness part of the backpack, and rappel down the side of the building safely — you’ll only descend at a maximum of 6.5 feet per second, with a maximum load of 300 pounds. Backpacks come in 80, 160, and 260 feet lengths, so you’ll want to get one that’s appropriate for the floor you live/work on. Costing $750, $800, and $850 respectively, they’ll be “available soon.”
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    This is The Most Realistic Racing Simulator (that's what they named it) available from Hammacher Schlemmer for $185,000. I'm going to be honest -- if you have $185,000 laying around to spend on a racing simulator, you've probably got the money to buy an actual race car and not NEED a simulator.
    "This is the simulator that provides riders with the most realistic car racing experience available. Selected by Ford Motor Company to demonstrate ride experiences, the simulator uses linear servo actuators that cause its suspended, monocoque fiberglass chassis to roll, pitch, and rotate 360° at up to 0.5G acceleration. Faithfully reproducing actual racing conditions such as entering a turn at 200 MPH or moving up a bank in the slipstream of an opponent, the chassis' front dips when braking at hairpins, pushes forward when accelerating during passes, and rumbles when driving on an apron, all while a driver up to 300 lbs. is secured by an actual racing seat, seatbelt, and "doors". Its two paddle gear shifters, steering wheel, accelerator, brake, and clutch--all from real race cars and modified for simulator use--provide rapid gear changes and provide adjustable travel for optimal realism. The force-feedback steering system generates 10x the forces of lesser simulators. Providing 12 race cars that include stock, GT, F1, and F3 models, the simulator replicates precisely modeled signage and backgrounds for 16 short, tri-oval, or road courses, ranging from Joesville Speedway to Nuerburg on a 108"-wide, triple HD monitor display with a 500-watt audio system."
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    They claimed that "the world’s smallest HD laser projector". The UO Smart Beam($420) a  2.2-inches cube. It uses an advanced laser diode and LCOS tech to project your images up to 150" in size, accepts wireless and HDMI input, and has a battery life of up to two hours.
    "It is portable wireless/wired projector.
    You can use Mira Cast Technology or Micro HDMI cable . resolution 1280x720."
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    Samsung introduces a new range of Galaxy tablets in two sizes,  the 9.7-inch and 8.0-inch tablets. The S2 models will feature Super AMOLED displays and a powerful chipset that includes a Octocore application processor consisting of Quad 1.9GHz + Quad 1.3GHz CPUs, which sits alongside 3GB of RAM, 32/64GB of storage, and WiFi or WiFi+LTE connectivity. Other features include  the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system, 8MP rear and a 2.1MP front camera, microSD storage up to 128GB, and a built-in fingerprint scanner.
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    The  Lumenati CS1 smart case, when it paired with your iPhone 6, it then becomes a classic film camera.  You simply insert your phone into the CS1, just like you would load an 8mm film cartridge, then pull the intuitive trigger to capture the shot. It is funding up on Kickstarter.
    "A cold shoe allows filmmakers to attach lights, microphones and extra handles for sport shooting. The real-time viewfinder allows WYSIWYG capabilities even in bright light, a feature that is elusive to modern mobile devices. Lenses can be swapped to shoot in wide angle, fisheye and telephoto."
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    The Wand Company will soon be offering a fully functional Bluetooth-enabled replica of a classic Star Trek communicator from the original 1966 series. It was created using 3D scans of the alpha hero prop. The device is expected to be available in January 2016, and is now available to preorder.
    "How does it work? It pairs up with your Bluetooth®-enabled phone just like a wireless speaker or a pair of headphones would. Speaking of which, you can also use it as a speaker for hands-free calls or streaming music from your Bluetooth-enabled audio player."
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    For Star Wars fan, this is a  $50 officially-licensed  R2-D2 Bluetooth speaker from thinkgeek.
    "Plug this Star Wars R2-D2 Bluetooth Speakerphone into a USB port, and it'll charge up. When it's charged, either pair the speaker with your Bluetooth-enabled phone or plug your audio device into Artoo's standard 3.5mm audio jack. Artoo will light up, literally, including the familiar indicator light and some new funky blue "underdome" lighting he's had installed. "
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    These leaked images of the iPhone 6S from rumours site 9to5Mac. The casing seems to be the same width and thickness as the 6, suggesting Apple is planning to keep to the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch dimensions introduced with the 6 and 6 Plus. The speaker holes, headphone jack, microphone and lightning charging ports remain in the same places. It will go on sale on September 25, with pre-orders being accepted from September 18,  according to a leaked internal email from Vodafone.
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    The Floating Record is a turntable that plays your records vertically through built-in,dynamic, full-range stereo speakers. The speaker´s sound propagates through the horn, delivering an organically mid-range, vintage sound.The Floating Record will come with an Audio Technica AT95E dual magnet diamond tip phono cartridge to get down into the grooves. Users can opt to listen to the tunes via the built-in 15 watt per channel Class-D power amp and Tymphany full range 2-inch stereo speakers with bass porting or hook the system up to external tower speakers via the integrated phono preamp and on out through the included line-level RCA connectors.
    It has a Bluetooth 4.0 range of over 30ft and a battery life of 15 hours. Good idea!
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    The Scalevo is an electric wheelchair capable of climbing and descending stairs or overcome bigger obstacles a set of tracks can be lowered dynamically to keep the user level at all times. Wow, Cool. The project is a collaboration between students at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) and the Zurich University of the Arts. They say the Segway was an inspiration.
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    Kickstarter has helped launch another project,  the Ginkgo Solar Tree charger($120). Ginkgo comes with a extra large 4.000 mAh rechargeable lithium battery to store your clean energy. This unique design is based on the Japanese Ginkgo tree.   On the aluminum base there is a small black grip located to use as phone or tablet standard while charging
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    Clinically Fit created a  handy reverse grip hand exerciser called Xtensor Hand Exerciser($30).
    "Blue hand exerciser for building strength and flexibility in muscles of hands and fingers, and tendons of elbow "
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    The Ripsaw EV2 is a Duramax-Powered private tank you can buy.  It has a power winch, gull-wing doors, a high-intensity light bar, 12 inches (30 cm) of suspension travel, and a 6.6L Duramax diesel engine that puts out over 600 hp. Should you be wanting one, you'd better be quick, patient and wealthy. Howe and Howe states that the Ripsaw EV2 will be made by hand in a limited run, each one taking up to six months to build, and costing "well into the 100s of thousands depending on desired luxury and performance packages."
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